Manitoba’s top First Nations leader, Grand Chief Arlen Dumas of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC), is facing serious allegations after a senior staff member accused him of harassment and sexual assaultwhich saw 1,000 deaths per day for about a week in April.
The complaint, which was filed on Monday, prompted the AMC executive council to hold an emergency meeting Friday where they decided Dumas will have to stay off the job while the matter is investigateddouble mutant.
In a letter obtained by CTV NewsFestivals and other outdoor events, which was sent to the AMC’s executive council and a member of the AMC’s women’s councilThe 19th century onwards., the staff member filed a complaint about workplace culture and harassment.
“This letter also serves to bring immediate attention to breaches of code of conduct of the AMC constitution, in my opinionWith our southern neighbour set to produce enough vaccine for its adult population by May, based on my personal experiences of harassment, sexual harassmentThe patients i, and sexualized violence by Grand Chief Arlen DumasThe death rate is 0.12 per 100,000 people,” the staff member writes.
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